Meatball Marinara Poppers Appetizer

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Try this Meatball Marinara Poppers Appetizer recipe and enjoy some meaty flavor as an appetizer for when friends and guests drop by for the evening and you want something filling to eat, but easy to make. This marinara poppers appetizer recipe is so quick and easy to make that the kids could do it for you, and you may find yourself making it often just because it only takes a few minutes. And even the small part that requires you to do some simple seasoning takes only a few minutes, and you can make this ahead so that even that step is already completed. Then, to make this meatball marinara poppers appetizer recipe would require more assembly work than any cooking or baking, and that definitely means the kids could do it.

This meatball recipe starts with purchased frozen meatballs that you can likely pick up right at the local grocery store. So that makes the first step pretty easy. Then the tomato sauce begins with another commercial purchase, to which you add some fresh seasonings to improve the flavor. That is also where you could make this sauce ahead of time, even months ahead of time, and simply have your own sauce ready to go whenever you want to make this poppers appetizer recipe. The sauce is just poured over the meatballs, and a little cheese is added in. Easy Peasy. You can see why the kids might be able to help you out quite a bit with this recipe, so let them do it, if they are interested. It can be a fun and useful learning experience.

This recipe is so simple and quick and cheap to make, you can serve it up any time to friends and family who drop by. They will love the meatballs and sauce. You could even make this recipe as part of a larger meal, serving a simple pasta on the side. If you do serve pasta be sure to not cook it too long. Pasta, at least the kind made with semolina (white) flour, acts on the body the same way as simple sugar. It can get absorbed very quickly and cause a sugar spike or sugar rush. To avoid that from happening, you do not cook the pasta too much. Allow the pasta to be cooked only until it just reaches el dente, then stop cooking it. It will be a lovely and firm texture and not a mush in your mouth. So you could serve an easy pasta with these meatballs and make this a great meal to serve. Enjoy this dish whenever you are in the mood for pasta, and especially when you are short on time. Enjoy!

Nutrition Facts for: Meatball Marinara Poppers Appetizer From Yellow Bliss Road
Ingredients: Frozen meatballs, crushed tomatoes, olive oil, minced garlic, dried basil, salt, pepper, Mozzarella cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 40 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 94, Calories from Fat 58, Total Fat 6.4g 10%, Saturated Fat 2.6g 13%,Cholesterol 18mg 6%, Sodium 283mg 12%, Potassium 4mg 0%, Carbohydrates 4.2g 1%, Dietary Fiber 1.1g 4%,, Sugars 1.5g, Protein 7.5g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 3%, Calcium 3%, Iron 2%

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